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Scientists Have Discovered An 'Invisible' Star

Beyond the milky way for the first time saw the dark neutron star is Invisible in the visible rays of light neutron star with a weak magnetic field and a ring of cold gas was discovered by astronomers at the European Southern Observatory (EOS). This writes the Chronicle.info with …

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1500 Classic NASA Photos Headed to Auction

Can’t afford a moon rock? This might be the next best thing. A massive archive of more than 1,500 photographs of American space exploration taken during the height of the space race is going under the hammer at Swann Galleries later this month. The New York-based auction house …

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Toxic plant theory throws doubt on killer asteroid

Professor Gordon Gallup of Albany University and former student Michael J. Frederick, presented the toxic plant theory in the peer-reviewed scientific journal Ideas in Ecology and Evolution. The evolutionary psychologist asserted the dinosaurs’ innate ability to discern certain tastes may have contributed to their downfall, during a widespread emergence of …

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Saturn’s clouds run deep, rings may rain organics

Saturn’s clouds have roots deeper inside the planet’s atmosphere than scientists previously thought, and Saturn’s rings — now believed to have formed in the last 200 million years — appear to be raining organic molecules down on the planet, according to observations made by NASA’s Cassini spacecraft last …

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WHO prepares to classify Video game addiction a disorder

The WHO has said it will include “gaming disorder” in a June update to its International Classification of Diseases (ICD), defining it as a pattern of behaviour “characterized by impaired control over gaming, increasing priority given to gaming over other activities to the extent that gaming takes precedence over other …

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